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The Big Screen: ‘Get Out’ A Year Later

Films that open early in the year are rarely remembered at the end of the year by Oscar voters. “Get Out” is an exception, earning four nominations – including best picture. We continue our Oscars preview series with a look at the film’s lasting appeal — and how it relates to the success of “Black Panther.” Joining us for the conversation is Kenton... | Read More

A Look Ahead At The Week’s Art&Seek Picks

Don’t let this week’s forecast of daily precipitation keep you home. Our area has lots to offer for anyone venturing out looking for fun new ways to entertain themselves and their friends.  Check out some instances below. See what we mean?

Wednesday

UNT Opera performs “Street Scene” at the Murchison Performing Arts Center in Denton tonight. It’s an opera’s... | Read More

A Look Ahead At The Week’s Art&Seek Picks

Don’t let this week’s forecast of daily precipitation keep you home. Our area has lots to offer for anyone venturing out looking for fun new ways to entertain themselves and their friends.  Check out some instances below. See what we mean?

Wednesday

UNT Opera performs “Street Scene” at the Murchison Performing Arts Center in Denton tonight. It’s an opera’s... | Read More

Flickr Photo Of The Week

Congratulations to Brad Holt of Denton, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest. Brad is a first-time winner of our little contest. He follows last week’s winner, William Billingsley of Fort Worth.

If you would like to participate in the Flickr Photo of the Week contest, all you need to do is upload your photo to our Flickr group page.... | Read More

Flickr Photo Of The Week

Congratulations to Brad Holt of Denton, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest. Brad is a first-time winner of our little contest. He follows last week’s winner, William Billingsley of Fort Worth.

If you would like to participate in the Flickr Photo of the Week contest, all you need to do is upload your photo to our Flickr group page.... | Read More

Art&Seek Jr: Say Goodbye To The Humdrum And Try Something New With These Events

Have the Winter Olympics got the tinies itchy to trying something new? There’s nothing like a man hurling down an icy tunnel that inspires a break from the same-old, same-old to give something a little more thrilling a whirl. The luge might be a little tricky given the lack of icy tunnels in our neck of the woods, but that doesn’t mean you can’t explore other flights of... | Read More

Art&Seek Jr: Say Goodbye To The Humdrum And Try Something New With These Events

Have the Winter Olympics got the tinies itchy to trying something new? There’s nothing like a man hurling down an icy tunnel that inspires a break from the same-old, same-old to give something a little more thrilling a whirl. The luge might be a little tricky given the lack of icy tunnels in our neck of the woods, but that doesn’t mean you can’t explore other flights of... | Read More

Arts News You Can Use

Happy Monday! Thanks for checking out Art&Seek’s weekly look at the biggest and most important stories in the North Texas arts scene. Want to know more about what’s happening in the North Texas arts world? Then check out our weekly newsletter. Click here to sign up. Things You Ought To Look At

Today’s Presidents’ Day, so I figured I’d kick things off with a... | Read More

In North Texas, A Theater Festival Packs A Big Punch

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Pick something you like about theater, and chances are, there’s a festival for it. Plays by women, new works, even performance art.  So, why cram a season’s worth of theater into just a few days?

Around this time each year, theater festivals start popping up. At the 365 Women A Year Festival in Plano,... | Read More

An Ordinary Boy: Conspirare’s “Considering Matthew Shepard”

“Considering Matthew Shepard” is a choral piece about the Wyoming college student whose brutal murder touched off a national discussion of homophobia. It also helped lead to the passage of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Hate Crimes Prevention Act.

Craig Hella Johnson composed the work for the Austin group Conspirare. A 2016 recording of the performance was nominated for... | Read More

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